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Tuesday, January 26, 2010

Wordless Wednesday: My What Big Teeth You Have

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25 comments:

Cezar and Léia said...

It's so nice that you got this picture, thanks a lot for sharing!
Cute! wonderful idea, congrats dear Carver!
Léia

Daryl said...

Oh so cleverly fun

foto CHIP said...

This was a funnylooking man - he makes me smile :)

Anya said...

FUNNY :-)

Cool eYeS !!!!

jams o donnell said...

THat's a big toothy sight! Happy WW

Photo Cache said...

Love the clever title. Is this a vase?

Mojo said...

All the better to skeeve you out with m'dear!

TorAa said...

Very exciting sculpture.
Must be very valuable.

reat WW entry

Indrani said...

Interesting.
I am guessing it is a jug.

Carver said...

Thanks for your comments. I photographed this in a folk art museum and I didn't note information about it which I should have done. It's enormous so hard to imagine how it would practically be used. I'm really not sure if it would even fit on an average size table. As far as the pottery style, it is like a jug or pitcher but HUGE.

Lori said...

Is that from Night at the Museum? It looks like it. Happy WW:)

JO said...

cool...

catsynth said...

Cute title :)
What museum is this from?

Americanising Desi said...

very very cute :)

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caite said...

...and BIG eyes...

Natalie said...

Those are some crazy teeth!

Sukhmandir Kaur said...

Quite expressive. It looks as thought it could be a pitcher or vase. What fun. Happy WW

Quasi Serendipita said...

Whatever it is, it certainly has big teeth!

Queen Bug said...

Its a great picture... very interesting! Happy WW! I loved your caption too!

Carver said...

Thanks again to everyone for visiting. To answer a question it was in the Amy Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Arts Museum and Dewitt Wallace Decorative Arts museum in Williamsburg, VA. The museums are both housed in one large museum building and I'm not positive which one this was in.

Beth said...

I've been to Williamsburg about a million times, but I've never been to this museum. Thanks for sharing--I'm addingt this place to my list for the next visit!

plainstufftoo said...

It is stunning! Does make you wonder if it ever had a practical use ...
jeff.
Plain Stuff

Ms. Latina said...

hahaha The smile on this statue made me chuckle LOL Whoever created it must have had a sense of humor ;)

Marice said...

awww thats pretty interesting :) what is it called?


u may view mine here

moorebloglife said...

What the heck is that? It needs a tooth brush... a really big one!

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